Switzerland's private international law: Private International Law Statute, Lugano Convention, and related legislation

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Kluwer Law and Taxation Publishers, 1994 - Law - 390 pages
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Although Switzerland's geographical situation places it in the very center of the European community, it stands alone as a neutral nation with separate legislation and policies, which are not governed from Brussels. With respect to its neutrality And The critical importance of its centralized location, it is imperative to those involved in European and international law to acquire a solid understanding of the laws which govern this land of majestic mountains and internationally renowned fame, In contributing towards the effort to expedite solutions to various international arbitration have therefore been translated and included. This revised edition of Switzerland's Private International Law offers legal professionals an insight into current Swiss legislation regarding all phases of private law. In addition to arbitration law this publication addresses topics such as Intellectual Property, Bankruptcy and Composition, Obligations, Companies, Marriage, Parent-Child Relationships, Guardianship and other Protective Measures, Inheritance Law, Real Rights, Final Provisions and Lugano Convention with Annotations

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
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the Federal Structure Takes Shape
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Conflict of Laws and the Swiss Federal System
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Copyright

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